The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on our wellbeing, with many people feeling anxious about its impact on them and their loved ones. Many also have concerns about coming out of lockdown and the future.
As we pass the milestone of one year since the first lockdown, Thrive LDN and partners are launching another series of wellbeing webinars designed to support people and help them deal with the impact of the pandemic.
The new webinar series begins on Tuesday, 30 March at 12.30pm.
The free, hour-long sessions are led and delivered by Emily Gardner, High Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, East London NHS Foundation Trust. Topics include managing wellbeing, low mood and burnout, and sleeping difficulties, as well as working from home and mindfulness. Live webinars take place on Tuesdays at 12.30pm and Wednesdays at 4pm. So, you can pick either a lunchtime or afternoon session each week.
The NHS Coping Well During Covid webinars start from the principle that it’s normal and okay to feel upset, anxious or confused at times. However, there are things we can all do to support our mental health and wellbeing during this challenging time.
Whether you are joining the webinars for the first time or took part in the webinars when they were first launched and are looking for a refresher, they will offer you the chance to explore ideas and strategies to support your mental health and wellbeing, in a safe and welcoming environment, led by a clinician.
As one participant said: “It was excellent. Emily presented the information in an engaging, caring, fun, non-judgemental, open and supportive manner. I had been a little apprehensive in advance but soon felt at ease because of the way the information was conveyed.”
Sign up today
To register and explore the full schedule, visit Thrive LDN’s website.
- Tue 30 March, 12.30pm
- Wed 31 March, 4pm
- Tue 06 April, 12.30pm
- Wed 07 April, 4pm
- Tue 13 April, 12.30pm
- Wed 14 April, 4pm
- Tue 20 April, 12.30pm
- Wed 21 April, 4pm
- Tue 27 April, 12.30pm
- Wed 28 April, 4pm
- Tue 04 May, 12.30pm
- Wed 05 May, 4pm